California Governments Add Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Cars to Their Fleets

By Larry E. Hall Two California public fleets have overcome pricing and fueling hurdles and added Toyota’s Mirai hydrogen fuel cell sedans to their operations.
The City of Long Beach has one Mirai in its motor pool, and Sacramento County now has four with plans to add six more.
With a sticker price of more than $57,000 how did these government officials make the numbers pencil out?
Things start out with a California state contract cost of $41,000 for the Maria.
Next, an additional $15,000 is subtracted, courtesy of the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) Public Fleet Pilot Project rebate.
But wait, there’s more.
Toyota throws in up to $15,000

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